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  1. quilt

    • IPA[kwɪlt]

    英式

    • n.
      a warm bed covering made of padding enclosed between layers of fabric and kept in place by lines of stitching, typically applied in a decorative design.;a knitted or fabric bedspread with decorative stitching.
    • v.
      join together (layers of fabric or padding) with lines of stitching to form a warm bed covering or garment, or for decorative effect
    • noun: quilt, plural noun: quilts

    • verb: quilt, 3rd person present: quilts, gerund or present participle: quilting, past tense: quilted, past participle: quilted

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a warm bed covering made of padding enclosed between layers of fabric and kept in place by lines of stitching, typically applied in a decorative design.
    • 2. a knitted or fabric bedspread with decorative stitching.
    • 3. a duvet.
    • 4. a layer of padding used for insulation:

      the roof space should be insulated with a glass-fibre quilt at least 100 mm thick

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. join together (layers of fabric or padding) with lines of stitching to form a warm bed covering or garment, or for decorative effect:

      we quilted the covers with parallel lines of stitching

    • adj. (of a garment, bed covering, etc.) made of two layers of cloth filled with padding held in place by lines of stitching:

    • a blue quilted jacket

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    • adj. (of a garment, bed covering, etc.) made of two layers of cloth filled with padding held in place by lines of stitching:

    • a blue quilted jacket

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    • n. a patchwork quilt of a type traditionally made in North America, with patches of randomly varying sizes, shapes, colors, and fabrics.

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    • n. a patchwork quilt of a type traditionally made in North America, with patches of randomly varying sizes, shapes, colours, and fabrics.

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    • n. a quilt with a cover made of small pieces of cloth in different designs, colours, or textures sewn together:

    • historic patchwork quilts from York Castle Museum

      pictures from the air present a patchwork quilt of differing environments

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    • n. a quilt made by sewing together a piece of fabric, an inner batting, and a lining, the stitches making decorative patterns.

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    • IPA[kwilt]

    美式

    • n.
      a warm bed covering made of padding enclosed between layers of fabric and kept in place by lines of stitching, typically applied in a decorative design.
    • v.
      join together (layers of fabric or padding) with lines of stitching to form a warm bed covering or garment, or for decorative effect:
    • we quilted the covers with parallel lines of stitching

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    • IPA[kwɪlt]

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    • v.
      punch (someone):
    • more than one bloke I've seen Joe quilt good and proper

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    • v.
      punch (someone):
    • more than one bloke I've seen Joe quilt good and proper

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